This resort hotel transports guests to a tropical island paradise with lush landscapes and vibrant buildings. Guest rooms are located in six “villages” named after after Caribbean islands: Jamaica, Aruba, Martinique, Barbados, Trinidad North, and Trinidad South. The pastel colored villages surround a beautiful 45-acre lake named Barefoot Bay where white sand beaches and hammocks strung up by palm trees beckon guests to relax. The Custom House where guests check in, sets the mood with a high white boarded ceiling and fans lazily swirl overhead. Dark wood gleams under the light streaming in from plantation windows with their shutters propped open. The tropical theme continues into guest rooms that can accommodate up to 4 people. For all ye pirate lovers there are a select number of rooms that are decked out in a pirate motif, complete with beds that look like pirate ships. Arrr!
When hunger strikes guests should head to Old Port Royale Food Court for both American and Caribbean flavored foods. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner are offered here as well sweet treats and snack options. Available for dinner only is Shutters, a full service restaurant brings American favorites with an island twist to the table. Start off your dinner with a tropical cocktail and be sure to leave room for a decadent dessert.
Just outside of Old Port Royale is the Fuentes del Morro Pool where guests can cool off among towers and cannons or take in some sun in a lounge chair. This pirate oasis also contains two water slides that are sure to please both children and adults. There is a separate area dedicated specifically to little ones. In the center of a very shallow pool is a wrecked ship where water drips and sprays. Little adventurers can climb into the ship, try out a mini slide or keep watch for the periodic tipping of the water filled barrel at the top of the ship.
The recreation fun continues at the Barefoot Bay Boat Yard where guests can rent bikes, surrey bikes, sailboats, paddle boats, motor boats, or canoes.